With bike lanes on almost every street around campus, it's evident that biking is a very important mode of transportation for students and faculty on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus. Some riders have even created organizations for other fellow cyclist around the C-U community, including Bicycle Ambassador Program, Bike Face, Illini 4000, Cycling Club, Campuses Beyond Oil Campaign, and even non-profit organizations for recycled bikes like the The Bike Project and the Prairie Cycle Club. With so many bike laws, violations, and organizations around campus, the four of us, Alexis Casati, Emma Pool, Megan Vasiliadis, and Sam Welch decided to take a look at some of the bigger issues surrounding bicycles and other ways they can be used other than for transportation. We explore frustrations with biking on campus, exercising with cycling, and the different types of bikes that can be found at any bike locking station around campus. Click on the links on the left panel to learn more about all things bikes! Check out our final project video here!